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Deuter City Bags

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Strap the Deuter City Bag to your handlebars and pedal down to happy hour. This small bike bag can hold your wallet, keys, and phone so you don't need to carry a loose bag or have your ride stoke reduced by keys jabbing your thighs. The top mesh pocket is big enough for a smart phone and the whole bag features a water-resistant coating in case you get caught in storm. Attach the City Bag onto any bike with its two bottom hook-and-loop straps.

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